I'm thinking some kind of layer cake. I've never made a layer cake, and I discovered within the last week that I actually own two cake pans. Hence, layers.
I don't honestly have anything interesting to talk about currently. Tomorrow's Easter, and we all know what that means. Monday will have half-off Easter candy! (Which, actually, makes me sad, because I just realized right now that I'll be at work. Maybe I can run to Target during lunch or something.)
Mass in the morning. Easter luncheon. I want to make a dessert to bring with us, but Dad usually does that, and I don't want to cause dessert overload.
I did find, and I may use half-priced Peeps to make these on Monday, these lollipop-looking things, which basically consist of Peeps covered in chocolate (either milk or white) and put on a lollipop stick. They sounded intriguing.
I'm floundering right now. I want to have something interesting to blog about, another one of my well-known rants about something or other, but it's just not in me today.
I read "Rosemary's Baby" today, and I wish I could have those hours of my life back. The beginning of the story was inoffensive enough, but then it got boring and then it got weird. I feel like other books have done better at the "building suspense" and then at the "surprise ending." I finished it, and was like, ". . . . .???" And then I read the excerpt at the end for the sequel (written, like, 30 years after the fact), and it just got more and more ridiculous.
I'm all about books about children being possessed by demons or being demons or whatever (See: "Bless the Child"), but this one just didn't do it for me. If you haven't read it or seen the movie, ignore this next bit: Rosemary ends up giving birth to Satan's son.
Complete with a tail and horns.
I was like, really? REALLY?
In other news, there is now cable (sort of) and Internet in the apartment. I say "sort of" because there are the most basic of channels. It WILL allow me to get back to Grey's Anatomy (not that I've missed it too much. . .it kind of sucks this season) but I'm missing the all-important Food Network, which I'm hoping to work up to one day. There are two home shopping channels, and at least one Spanish channel as well. And this morning, I got to watch infomercials for things I didn't even know I needed, but clearly, that I do, such as this. . .device that cooks all kind of meats and melts the fat RIGHT OFF. I wish I could remember what the thing was called, so I could Google a picture of it and put it on here. Because it's awesome.